• A few question about learning c++

    From rabbit rabbit@21:1/5 to All on Thu Oct 21 06:07:16 2021
    I know this place from the book 《More Effective C++》.I heard from that book that there are many c++ experts here and I would like to ask for help on the following questions .Sincere thanks everyone .* is followed by the name of the question and - is
    followed by some details

    * Where is the best c++ forum in the world right now
    - The two places(comp.lang.c++.moderated,comp.std.c++) mentioned in that book have been unattended for a long time, and the most recent reply is in 2016. emmmmmm, I know my information is a bit outdated,so that is reason why i am asking this foolish
    question. Is it right here or on StackOverflow or somewhere else?

    * Where can I learn about the latest features of C++14/17/20?
    -The latest book I have read is 《C++ primer》,but it only talks about some features of C++11. I would like to know if there are any good books or videos that can help me learn the latest C++ features.

    * Do I need to change my reading books?
    - The three books I am currently reading are 《Effective c++》,《More Effective C++》and 《The Annotated STL Sources》,After reading for a while, I found that these three books are too old, some of the C++ features mentioned in them are out of
    date, should I continue reading or find some new books. If I should find new books, then do you have any recommendations for books?

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  • From Manfred@21:1/5 to rabbit rabbit on Thu Oct 21 16:55:08 2021
    On 10/21/2021 3:07 PM, rabbit rabbit wrote:
    * Where can I learn about the latest features of C++14/17/20?
    -The latest book I have read is 《C++ primer》,but it only talks about some features of C++11. I would like to know if there are any good books or videos that can help me learn the latest C++ features.

    * Do I need to change my reading books?
    - The three books I am currently reading are 《Effective c++》,《More Effective C++》and 《The Annotated STL Sources》,After reading for a while, I found that these three books are too old, some of the C++ features mentioned in them are out of
    date, should I continue reading or find some new books. If I should find new books, then do you have any recommendations for books?

    That is one decent list:

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/388242/the-definitive-c-book-guide-and-list

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  • From Juha Nieminen@21:1/5 to rabbit rabbit on Fri Oct 22 04:50:35 2021
    rabbit rabbit <1604456428@qq.com> wrote:
    - The three books I am currently reading are ???Effective c++?????????More Effective C++???and ???The Annotated STL Sources???,After reading for a while, I found that these three books are too old, some of the C++ features mentioned in them are out of
    date, should I continue reading or find some new books. If I should find new books, then do you have any recommendations for books?

    You should most definitely not stop reading them. They do not get old, and contain some of the best advice for C++ programming.

    The author has also written a new book for C++11, so you could get that
    in addition to those.

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